The Invisible NOW Problem And How Different Countries Are Fighting It...


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  • Dave White
    Dave White Day ago


  • julia kubaski
    julia kubaski Day ago

    Hidropower (hidroeletrics) isn´t so good as it seems, they destroy alot of the rain forests around them, they usualy still create methane gas (

  • Galfor
    Galfor 3 days ago +1

    Geothermal baby. The good life.

  • EcnalKcin
    EcnalKcin 3 days ago

    I am hoping to live to see nuclear fusion become net positive. When that happens it should quickly become the dominant means of energy production.

  • 3rdeye Brand
    3rdeye Brand 4 days ago

    welp gotta learn to swim

  • Abatos 11
    Abatos 11 6 days ago +3

    Nuclear reactors should be the backbone of every clean energy grid, with solar, hydro dams, wind, and tidal being supplementary.

  • hotdonutmix
    hotdonutmix 6 days ago

    Fantastic video 👏👍

  • DM Blackwall
    DM Blackwall 6 days ago

    Well this junk science cost me as a subscriber.

  • DianaJoyce Ojeda
    DianaJoyce Ojeda 6 days ago

    Makes me sad that my great state of Texas will probably never turn to renewable energy. Money speaks for sure.

  • phatpigeonii
    phatpigeonii 7 days ago

    65% power from wind WOULD NOT WORK IN THE REAL WORLD (same goes for solar)! Wind is INTERMITTENT. Batteries to store energy for times when the wind isn't blowing are EXPENSIVE and environmentally destructive to make! Hydro, and geothermal are worth pursuing where available, but don't forget the HORRIBLE environmental impact of the Aswan High Dam and, especially, the Three Gorges Dam. NUCLEAR is the only practical clean energy form going forward. Also, replacing coal plants with nuclear natural gas would be a big step in the right direction (coal plants produce FAR more radioactivity than nuclear plants). But most of the people pushing for "clean energy" also freak out at the very mention of nuclear power, so we're probably fucked.

  • Vanessa Garcia
    Vanessa Garcia 7 days ago

    Make a video on how animal agriculture contributes the MOST to global warming

  • Andy sinishtaj
    Andy sinishtaj 7 days ago

    All this climate change fear-mongering is nothing more than government funded propaganda. Every single prediction and model these idiots have ever used to justify their claims have been proven wrong every single time. just look at that big lie about the hole in the ozone layer. They didn't get their data wrong every scientist who pushed that shit knew damn well it was a lie. As if ozone is not generated in real time by the UV solar radiation. That hole they claimed is nothing more than a natural phenomenon that occurs at the poles during the prolonged polar night when solar radiation at that point is at its minimum.

  • lancedragons
    lancedragons 8 days ago

    I'm from Alberta, which relies mostly on coal, natural gas and now a bit of wind to generate power. Recently, the government changed from a conservative party to a more liberal one, and many policy changes were made to encourage the development of renewable energy. I think that you need the political will to make any changes like this possible, and with current way governments are going, I don't see that much change coming in the near future. Also, our government is expected to swing back to the right in this year's election, possible undoing some of the progress made.

  • GoneFishingStories
    GoneFishingStories 8 days ago

    Trump doesn't believe in global warming... :) And Brazil... Well talking about removing the lungs of the earth... Bye bye amazon.. And as you say in this video... It's about money... that why keep throwing out these numbers of CO2.... The earth is basically CO2 neutral... The problem is that we are emitting CO2 in such a rapid pace! We release CO2 in a year that took millions of years to bind to the earth.... The Level of CO2 on earth is the same... But we are releasing it insanely fast...

  • Grant Rennie
    Grant Rennie 8 days ago

    My good friends son is the manager at one of the big geothermal plants in Iceland if you want to know anything, the homes are all heated with geothermal steam at about $6 a week to heat a massive farmhouse, sheds and outbuildings..

  • Kyle Towner
    Kyle Towner 8 days ago +1

    Where I live which is Ontario Canada we have quite a bit of windmills out where I am we have a lot of open land cuz this is where most of the Farms lay in Canada but the biggest problem I see is half of them do not run they are out of commission and I don't know if the government is refuses to repair them or doesn't have the money to repair them I'm not quite sure which it is but it's a shame

  • Shane Rudd
    Shane Rudd 9 days ago

    Oh look, less government led to more renewables. Imagine that.

  • Taylor T
    Taylor T 9 days ago

    They need to ban oil consumption and give them a deadline to get all their drills out of the ground while simultaneously building these renewable energy plants. 6 years to get your shit outta here and destroyed or face prison time

  • Fishbed
    Fishbed 9 days ago

    Solar energy is huge. We need to put panels on the roofs of our homes to produce electricity. As for the problem of peak energy production and peak energy consumption times not being the same, there are ways to store energy. For example, you can use Hydroelectric plants for it. Usually water flows downhill through turbines to make power, but when there is excess power available, you can use the electricity to pump water back up into the reservoir to be used later (this does require a second reservoir at the bottom of the plant though to supply the water for pumping up). This is already done with excess power from nuclear plants at night and could be done with excess solar energy as well. Furthermore, you could have batteries or potent capacitors inside houses to store energy and re-release it when the demand arises.

  • no name
    no name 9 days ago

    this JUST showed up in my notifications. WTF is up youtube????

  • Lenore Miller-Stawyskyj

    Loving these deep dive videos, Phil. I love how you focus on one topic and get lots of informative facts. Global warming is real!

  • Smiley Dog
    Smiley Dog 9 days ago

    Not gonna happen. We are f'ed

  • Nathan
    Nathan 10 days ago

    There's too much money and corruption out there and until that's sorted we're going to continue battling environmental issues because the money is more important to the powers that be. Even if it was the last our of the last day of the world, someone would be out there trying to make a profit.
    We're banging our heads against walls having these discussions, we need to solve this from more than one angle.
    One thing that always annoys me when people talk about this stuff is countries like China with massive populations and manufacturing regions are left out. Most of the stuff in the world comes out of China and do you think they have the same environmental policies we have? We increase costs and apply new policies to business out here to be cleaner, all that does is force them to relocate to China where they don't have that so they can keep making their money.
    We need to step back and look at the whole picture here to solve this problem, no one talks about it.

  • Truebornseeker
    Truebornseeker 10 days ago

    *This just gives me more of a reason to want to live in iceland*

  • 13113890 Numbers
    13113890 Numbers 10 days ago

    Everyones blaming the republicans for not doing anything on climate change. But the democrats literally just put forth the most idiotic legislation, green new deal, which will never go through and change anything. Its not even about climate change. Its straight socialism in six pages.

  • 4Will No Joke
    4Will No Joke 10 days ago

    I love your faces! That was awesome! Kkk

    BRANDON CARNEY 10 days ago

    More videos like this.

  • Cady
    Cady 10 days ago

    You should make an episode on animal agriculture and how it is negatively affecting the earth.

  • Emmanuel González Navarro

    Thought you were going to mention Costa Rica as an example

  • Valey J
    Valey J 10 days ago

    I've been wachting your show for years, but it is the first time I see my country named (Iceland). Your show is great and I really love theese Morning Deep Dive shows.

  • Quirkylobster
    Quirkylobster 10 days ago

    australia is the same. huge spots of land for solar and wind. even hydro. But nope stupid PM wants to just lie and be a coal shill. ungh the world is doomed.

  • MikeGlasses
    MikeGlasses 10 days ago

    oH cOoL nOw LeT mE gO pLuG mY pHoNe InTo My WaTeR dAmN

  • Mick Sylvestre
    Mick Sylvestre 10 days ago

    We will only change to prevent or reduce climate change when we all have no choice despite hesitant governments, endorsed by powerful corporations that only see things as profit despite their lack of amoral accountability.
    That means ALL of us on board and that will never happen fast enough. Our children and their children will suffer for it.

  • Marcelo Laser
    Marcelo Laser 10 days ago

    As a note about Brazil's energy grid and expenses, do bear in mind, as Phil has covered before, that a large part of the expenses and environmental disasters caused by the hydropower grid in Brazil were and still are driven by corruption and poor engineering. Itaipu did not just take 18 years to build because it was tough, it was also kept mostly shut down for a majority of that time period and construction was extended as long as possible as it was a major source of corruption money (over-priced and unnecessarily slow civil construction jobs are the primary method of corruption in Brazil).
    Taking all of that into consideration, it is not unreasonable to imagine that IF the same availability of natural resources was to be located in places with a more stable and transparent government (such as the USA), the financial and environmental costs would be vastly diminished.

  • Up And Across
    Up And Across 10 days ago

    Dumbass republican politicians are going to be the death of us.

  • gothraziel
    gothraziel 10 days ago

    by far the biggest issue not being spoken about is the means to tap into the sources for renewable, iceland being on a semi geologicaly active place to be their source for geothermal, brazil is its closeness an avialibity to large amounts of moving water for the hydro electric, an here in texas is how much open space being used for the wind turbins. in short if a country, county or state doesnt have the resources for that they are heavily limited to solar an nuclar.

  • Fish Boi420
    Fish Boi420 10 days ago

    Definitely not with Trump

  • Ideoform Sun
    Ideoform Sun 11 days ago

    Pulling that much oil out of the ground in Texas could cause even more dangerous sinkholes to form.
    Most of the problems come from trying to have large centralized production of energy. There is energy lost during distribution. Having a smaller, distributed energy production system could be more efficient. If more people went off grid, this could be easier to implement.
    I hope we don't use climate change to manipulate people into allowing the destruction of parts of the rainforest for profit.

  • Desperadox23
    Desperadox23 11 days ago

    As long as Trump is denying global warming, nothing will change.

  • Mr Nice guy
    Mr Nice guy 11 days ago

    Climate change? When was it not changing? In the 1920’s they were saying all the same things, yet almost no fossil fuel were being used.... Even in the 1920’s they said the coastal areas would be under water in a decade... Doesn’t make sense.

  • Dsj
    Dsj 11 days ago

    The renewable electricity won’t work for us because we are so huge and not all want stuff in their yard

  • Dsj
    Dsj 11 days ago +1

    85% of our electricity is from fossil fuels about

  • The Polish Lithuanian commonwealth

    Wind and solar energy are unreliable as seen in Germany where sometimes places go without power and sometimes to much power and it’s been a problem there ever since they started there programs not to mention that they can only run off of huge government subsidies making it much more expensive

  • MtnLiner
    MtnLiner 11 days ago +1

  • The Jon
    The Jon 11 days ago

    I applaud the work needed to make this video. I'll be sharing it with friends and family, and I've learned quite a bit as well.

  • Radelaid
    Radelaid 11 days ago

    Nothing makes me more angry that right now in Australia we have massive floods in far north Australia, a massive drought through the middle & Tasmania is on fire, yet there is not ONE policy or discussion about climate change in the government. we love our coal, and I wish we’d use wind or hydro more because we’ve got so much potential. Worst part is I don’t know where to go next, I don’t know how to get this fixed in Australia, rallies & petitions don’t cut it, and voting for the right people doesn’t work either. It’s so hard, older people have such a mentally that the economy and business is priority but we won’t have a place to live in 50 years.

  • Jimmy Cain
    Jimmy Cain 11 days ago +1

    Dream on. Just shut up and pull up to the gas pump like always.

  • Dominic Miller
    Dominic Miller 11 days ago

    America has the ability to become pure inexhaustible and renewable resource only at any time. The oil countries just buy out every new invention

  • Marilyn Phinney
    Marilyn Phinney 11 days ago +1

    I'm probably too late to join in. It takes me time to process what I hear. If given a choice I would want the best of everything. In my opinion, I feel that the powers that be have chosen climate change as a postulate to fear monger us into letting them in the energy monopoly bank. Greenhouse gases are just that, gases. Gases go up, up and away. Has anyone taken a tour of the inside of a dam? There are a lot of moving parts that need lubricants that pollute the water and need upkeep too.
    However, my main concern is that we keep ignoring how we're smothering our planet with concrete, asphalt and plastic. We need to stop building supermalls and Costco stores.
    In the elderly there cells get hard and less elastic. They have a hard time regenerating and I feel like that's what we're doing to the planet. It needs to regenerate itself.

  • Christopher Martinez
    Christopher Martinez 11 days ago

    Can we please save this planet for the potential children I may have?

  • Kristen Danielle
    Kristen Danielle 11 days ago

    This one hits home. I was born and raised in the Permian Basin. Oil is a livelihood. I grew up through 2 crashes and 2 booms of the oilfield market. So, it's not just big oil tycoons keeping their pockets lined. They are also insuring that a population of people that is in an area that is comparable to entire states have food on their table and that the entire state's economy doesn't crash. I do see the side of things of trying to make the Earth heal and make it a better place. But shutting down the oil industry in West Texas completely can end up making over half the state a ghost town.

  • Gregory Gaspard
    Gregory Gaspard 11 days ago

    We are the world we are the children we smoke that weed it grow from a seed

  • panic! at the everywhere
    panic! at the everywhere 11 days ago +1

    im in big support of nuclear reactors. we've come a really long way since Chernobyl and Fukushima, they're much safer and more reliable. the fuel can be recycled many times, one small pellet of uranium can power a whole city for hundreds and possibly thousands of years. all that smoke that comes out of nuclear reactors isnt dangerous - its just water - and it doesnt smell, unlike some people seem to believe.

  • Kenneth Torres II
    Kenneth Torres II 11 days ago

    There are vertical aire poweredd millls currentlyy requiring less to generate

  • Eric J
    Eric J 11 days ago

    Prior to 1935 the U.S. government was resistant, if not outright refusing, to do anything about the Dust Bowl in the mid west, which was caused by over-farming and bad farming techniques. They changed their minds suddenly in March of 1935 when a large dust storm from the mid-west moved over D.C. Followed by a April 14th storm known in history as "Black Sunday". It seems politicians don't pay attention until it's so obvious that debate is irrelevant. Unfortunately, climate change comes with a point of no return feature in it. Let's hope at some point the debate becomes pointless *before* the point of no return.

    • Eric J
      Eric J 11 days ago

      +Agtsmirnoff If you understand how the scientific method works, you'd know why Al Gore was wrong. Basically, you do with what you have with the best facts on hand. Over time, new facts allow you to adjust your hypothesis. The problem with hypothesis is that in order to prove them, there must be tests that create positive proof (or negative proof to disprove it). You may have noticed, we don't have another earth to test these hypothesis on. More to the point, test results must be reproducible and there must be consensus. Right now, while a positive test to confirm what is going on is not likely, scientists around the world are in consensus that climate trends are changing because the facts they have on hand. I would far more put my trust in people following the scientific method who are in consensus then the minority that disagree with them. They can't all be wrong.

    • Agtsmirnoff
      Agtsmirnoff 11 days ago

      +Eric J Al Gore said the world would be over by now, it's not. We got the same '"do it now or its too late" warning back in 2012, we're still here. Stop fear mongering and have an honest conversation. You ever heard of the boy who cried wold.

    • Eric J
      Eric J 11 days ago

      +Agtsmirnoff I am honest, stop being ignorant. Do some reading. If that isn't enough, go back to basics, Occam's Razor, either climate change is a thing, or the vast majority of climate scientists around the world are involved in a highly coordinated conspiracy to take government money for research... you know, the people who brought you medicines, electronics, modern communications, trips to moon, probes on mars and a whole lot of practical stuff that relies on scientists being RIGHT.

    • Agtsmirnoff
      Agtsmirnoff 11 days ago

      Why don't you people stop the fear mongering and be honest for once.

  • Rainbow Dash
    Rainbow Dash 11 days ago

    Why im i getting a wiki ad for globe warming?

  • Jared Highlands
    Jared Highlands 11 days ago

    Yeah we aren’t gonna do anything about it. Our country is bought and owned the owners are the ones who decide and they still profit heavily from status quo

  • thatdamguy00
    thatdamguy00 11 days ago

    Great video and was very fair and accurate. I say that as a someone who work in the power industry and operates dams, and natural gas fired power plants. Wind and Solar cannot be properly utilized until we have major infrastructure upgrades throughout the US.

    KRATOSLIVES22 ! 11 days ago

    One century of techno Bliss and it's going to fall apart just as fast. Smh

  • Tony Kowalski
    Tony Kowalski 11 days ago +1

    hello and wake up. The truth is America would love to go 100% renewable, but will we do it while countries like India and China are still burning coal out the ass?... no.
    Why would we destroy our economy and let the other countries get ahead? Coal is cheap and Energy is Power.

  • Etronic —
    Etronic — 11 days ago

    I use solar bish

  • L A
    L A 11 days ago +3

    2:43 I'm sure that the volcano in that one clip alone emitted more pollutants into the air than all of humanity in one year.

  • TheNinjaSkier
    TheNinjaSkier 11 days ago

    Hey Phil, I am a Forest Economist in Biomass Utilization. Having governments take charge in creating the infrastructure is only scratching the surface. The NEPA process alone can last years and cost millions of dollars to the company even before construction begins. The returns have to be substantial to even begin to incentivise stakeholders, managers, and the public to support constructions of wind farms, solar energy plants, or biomass facilities. An alternative option that is more likely possible is initiating co-firing of both fossil fuels with renewable energy sources; and integration of methods before a complete reversal of energy production.

  • Kay Garcia
    Kay Garcia 11 days ago

    It’s not easy for everyone to make the changes necessary to help the fight against global warming and climate change. Not everyone has the time or resources to carpool, walk places, upgrade to a more fuel efficient vehicle, buy products with less plastic, etc. And some people just don’t want to give up the convenience.
    However, one thing we can all do is inform ourselves about who is running for election and vote for those who care about global warming and climate change and want to make laws, regulations, incentives, etc for cleaner renewable energy. It won’t fix the issue overnight or fix everything, but it will be a step in the right direction.
    I don’t know if everyone’s electricity provider offers the option to pay a certain amount a month for access to renewable energy, or to contribute to building and investing in it, but if it is possible and/or available that is a great option as well because as the electric companies come to see a higher demand, it will drive them to change since they will obviously care about making profits.
    I live in Texas and my electricity provider has a green plan, as well as an add on that costs $10 a month to purchase renewable energy to power my home. Back when the electricity contract was up for renewal they didn’t have the green plan yet, just a green charge so that is what I opted for, so change ARE being made. I definitely plan on looking into and getting the green plan when the current contract is up though.

  • Dwayne Harris
    Dwayne Harris 11 days ago

    There is a ton of great info in these videos but the narrator is an absolute booooooorr

  • James Schlup
    James Schlup 11 days ago +1

    What about how France uses all nuclear power?

  • Eric Cartman
    Eric Cartman 11 days ago

    #29 on trending

    CNSZU 11 days ago

    This planet is heading for doom. Not only do we need a revolution in energy, but another one in agriculture. There is too much to do, and too little time.

    • Agtsmirnoff
      Agtsmirnoff 11 days ago

      you exhale CO2 , so killing yourself would = less CO2 in the air

  • Divon
    Divon 11 days ago

    Thank you for adding subtitles to your video again! =D

  • FlyingFist420
    FlyingFist420 11 days ago

    Glad this story is trending, but what's with the random wikipedia article in between the video and description? I've never seen that before.

  • erialeduab
    erialeduab 11 days ago +1

    I think the one thing missing in this video is a clear call to action. In the US, groups like the Citizen's Climate Lobby are advocating for a carbon tax and progressing by talking to Republican congress-people and senators, they have local chapters and letter writing campaigns. Another way is to attend local government energy meetings and express support for alternative energy. If you're in college or a university, divestment is another big issue, and its often easier to convince a college to change if the students support an initiative.

  • J Cavazos
    J Cavazos 11 days ago

    This world is going down the toilet in a few years. All this won't matter. I've seen those wind mills where I used to live years ago. Their are some windy areas in Texas. You'd be surprised. But, it's to late ! The world has been completely changed forever. And, God has his own plan. Which most of us are not a part of. You see his intention for the Earth was not for us to destroy it by ravaging it's natural resources like we have been doing. Because of our greed. He intended for all of us to live in peace and harmony in a paradise with others. But, most people are not worthy. Because, their violent. And have natural bad intentions all the time. Either, greed, lust, violence, indifference, pride, haughtiness which is similar to pride and in some extreme cases bloodlust if your a serial killer or Dictator. They have an air of haughtiness. That's why they kill people. Other peoples lives are not important to them. They believe themseves to be better than other people. And others spread rumors destroy your reputation. Attack you physically. Or demean you. That's where bullys come into play. They kill you inside or out. That's why the End has to come these people have to be destroyed. Others rape people and mutilate them. All these people have to be eliminated. They cannot live with peaceful people. They would destroy them. Neither here nor in in Heaven.

  • jafizzle95
    jafizzle95 11 days ago

    These morning deep dives are fantastic. Props to the great writing staff at RR.

  • Alien Planet
    Alien Planet 11 days ago

    So basically this is how the humans will kill themselves? I don't see this changing.

  • ziljin
    ziljin 11 days ago +1

    Good job Brazil and Iceland.

  • Dheel Adheel
    Dheel Adheel 11 days ago

    As long as there is lobbyists, oil and coal will always remain the prominent source of energy.

  • Moa Ejelöv
    Moa Ejelöv 11 days ago

    The real answer to a sustainable. future is goverments and a society that is cohesive with the earth many ecosystem. Something that we are far off from.

  • Luis Sanguinetti
    Luis Sanguinetti 11 days ago

    Leave don quijote alone lol

  • Sáviç
    Sáviç 11 days ago +1

    I don't give a fck I'm not living more than 80-90 yrs

  • Azreal Amor
    Azreal Amor 11 days ago

    If Texas can start getting it together so can the rest of America!

  • OoWeE Comics
    OoWeE Comics 11 days ago

    See, I don't think it should be the governments who build these structures. I think that private companies and human innovation would be much less of a burden on the taxpayer, and competition would make prices lower while still increasing the quality of electricity and lowering carbon emissions

  • Adam Lee
    Adam Lee 11 days ago

    Good video, very informative

  • Stefan Ivic
    Stefan Ivic 11 days ago

    It took this guy 30+ years to realise how electricity works

  • Carl Hibberts
    Carl Hibberts 11 days ago

    Why does everyone forget about all the concrete and asphalt and using up plant space.

  • Elithrae
    Elithrae 11 days ago +2

    The way I see it is unless the common people step up and demand change by taking power back from the super wealthy who benefit off of non-renewable energy sources, we are boned.
    The planet can't wait. And niether can we. We need to act now before it is far too late. Unfortunately, complacency will be the death of us all.

  • Amonra Elias
    Amonra Elias 11 days ago

    The flat earth people cant wait until Antarctica is no long frozen so they force us all there to rule under one flag ... also we need more green not cutting out what we put in. It is a prob however so little green will on the end be what changes the face of the earth

  • labobo
    labobo 11 days ago

    Many say the worst country is China and that China refuse to go green. No one seems to have the balls to force China into going green. Thats so pathetic.

    • labobo
      labobo 11 days ago

      +Jeremy Ripton Sanctions from all countries. If that doesnt work, invade China. China cant defend against the planet.

    • Jeremy Ripton
      Jeremy Ripton 11 days ago

      enlighten do you force a country to change??

  • samuraijack1371
    samuraijack1371 11 days ago

    I haven't been on this channel for years now. I'm just curious if this channel has lost or gained subscribers in last couple of years. Cause 6.3M sounds a bit low

  • Auds St
    Auds St 11 days ago

    Loved the subject, hated the voice of the narrator. Couldnt finish the video

  • szunne LP
    szunne LP 11 days ago

    This is wrong. 1 hectare of desert produces about as much as 50,000 cars carbon emissions. If we regreened the deserts all over the world. We could bring the carbon emissions levels back to pre-industrial levels. All of this could be done in 5 years. China is already doing this.

  • pee jay
    pee jay 11 days ago

    congrats for being on the trending page

  • Khodexus
    Khodexus 11 days ago

    I love how everyone who talks about global warming or climate change ommits the key fact that the climate would be changing with or without our influence. By the most generous estimates, our industrialization over the last century has accelerated the process by at most about 0.03%.
    Whether we can stop climate change is NOT a question. We can't. The real question is how can we adapt and thrive through climate change, and also minimize the damage?

  • Stuart Richards
    Stuart Richards 11 days ago

    I’ve been tracking and studding climate change for around 20 years and the one thing that has always astonished me is the notion that Co2 is a pollutant. Stop pushing this nonsense on people. Plants require it to thrive, to live.

  • Moti Ghimire
    Moti Ghimire 11 days ago

    Bad video imo. You want to fight climate change? Give a better solution that’s cheaper. It happened with CFCs and the ozone, it needs to happen to energy, otherwise we will hit the 1.5 and 2 degree marks (answer is nuclear power imo).

  • Rick Walker
    Rick Walker 11 days ago

    Why aren't you talking about the devastating effects agriculture is having on our planet? People are never going to stop eating meat that's for sure but the meat industry is devastating the planet. It's a hidden killer and it's hidden because the meat industry want it to be. Shed some light on the topic.

  • JPR
    JPR 11 days ago

    I forgot I was watching Philip DeFranco

  • Lords of Media
    Lords of Media 11 days ago

    fuq u old fart

  • LPrincess Aziz
    LPrincess Aziz 11 days ago

    I really liked the blue room.

  • DannyTilted
    DannyTilted 11 days ago

    29th in trending!

  • Yusra Kriel
    Yusra Kriel 11 days ago

    Dylan has an excellent narrative voice and perfect cadence.